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HOW TO: Get list of all galley URLs?

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HOW TO: Get list of all galley URLs?

Postby ghotitox » Wed May 02, 2012 7:58 am

I am getting data from OJS about all of our articles so that I can format them for indexing on RePEc, a free indexer for Economics and related fields. I have everything I need except the URLs, which I will need to insert manually. To make this process easier, I would like to export a list of all articles, perhaps in citation format of some kind, with the complete url to the PDF galley. I know I can do this one by one, but that wouldn't save me any time. I tried some of the XML export options, but didn't see the URLs listed. Is there an option I am missing? Thanks!

-Mark L. Burkey
co-editor, The Review of Regional Studies
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